AMD100-100000023BOX
AMDYD270XBGAFBOX

12 Cores, 24 Threads @3.8GHz, Zen2.
Release date: Q3 2019.

8 Cores, 16 Threads @3.7GHz, Zen+.
Release date: Q2 2018.

Real World Speed
Performance profile from 144,327 user samples
1,850 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 129% Base clock 3.8 GHz, turbo 4.45 GHz (avg)
Worst Bench: 112% Base clock 0.8 GHz, turbo 0.8 GHz (avg)
Poor: 112% Great: 129%
SPEED RANK: 3rd / 1173
Gaming
Gaming 123%
UFO
Desktop
Desktop 119%
UFO
Workstation
Workstation 162%
UFO
142,477 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 105% Base clock 4 GHz, turbo 4.3 GHz (avg)
Worst Bench: 89% Base clock 3.7 GHz, turbo 3.9 GHz (avg)
Poor: 89% Great: 105%
SPEED RANK: 36th / 1173
Gaming
Gaming 99%
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Desktop
Desktop 96%
Nuclear submarine
Workstation
Workstation 104%
UFO
Effective Speed
Effective CPU Speed
123 % Faster effective speed.
+25%
98.8 %
SC Mixed
Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed
136 Pts Slightly faster single-core speed.
+14%
119 Pts
QC Mixed
Avg. Quad Core Mixed Speed
537 Pts Faster quad-core speed.
+17%
460 Pts
MC Mixed
Avg. Multi Core Mixed Speed
2140 Pts Much faster multi-core speed.
+67%
1282 Pts
SC Mixed
OC Single Core Mixed Speed
144 Pts Slightly faster OC single-core speed.
+14%
126 Pts
QC Mixed
OC Quad Core Mixed Speed
561 Pts Slightly faster OC quad-core speed.
+14%
492 Pts
MC Mixed
OC Multi Core Mixed Speed
2315 Pts Much faster OC multi-core speed.
+67%
1385 Pts
Market Share
Based on 18,552,346 CPUs tested.
Market Share
Market Share (trailing 30 days)
1.04 % 2.49 % Hugely higher market share.
+139%
Value
Value For Money
101 % 104 % +4%
User Rating
UBM User Rating
82 % 148 % Hugely more popular.
+80%
Price
Price (score)
$499 $252 Much cheaper.
+50%
Age
Newest
0 Months Hugely more recent.
+100%
15 Months
TDP
Thermal Design Power (TDP)
105 Watts 105 Watts
Cores
CPU Processing Cores
12 cores Much higher core count.
+50%
8 cores
Threads
CPU Processing Threads
24 threads Much higher thread count.
+50%
16 threads
Lithography
Manufacturing process
7 nm Much newer manufacturing.
+42%
12 nm
Base Clock
Base Clock Speed
3.8 GHz +3% 3.7 GHz
Turbo Clock
Turbo Clock Speed
4.6 GHz Slightly faster turbo frequency.
+7%
4.3 GHz
SC Int
Single Core Integer Speed
132 Pts Slightly faster single-core int speed.
+9%
121 Pts
SC Float
Single Core Floating Point Speed
158 Pts Faster single-core fp speed.
+21%
131 Pts
QC Int
Quad Core Integer Speed
515 Pts Slightly faster quad-core int speed.
+9%
474 Pts
QC Float
Quad Core Floating Point Speed
616 Pts Faster quad-core fp speed.
+20%
512 Pts
MC Int
Multi Core Integer Speed
2190 Pts Much faster multi-core int speed.
+62%
1348 Pts
MC Float
Multi Core Floating Point Speed
2299 Pts Much faster multi-core fp speed.
+64%
1400 Pts
Series
CPU Architecture
Zen2 Zen+
Socket
Motherboard Socket
AM4 AM4
Graphics
Integrated Graphics
None None
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The 8 core, 16 thread 2700X is AMD’s second generation Ryzen 7 flagship following in the wake of the Ryzen 7 1800X which continues to offer excellent multi-core value for money. This new Pinnacle Ridge processor features the Zen+ architecture with 12nm lithography compared to 14nm previously. Whilst there is no increase in the number of cores, the stock base / boost clocks appear to have received a bump up to 3.7 / 4.3 GHz from 3.6 / 4.0 GHz. The 2700X is compatible with both the new 400 series and 300 series of motherboards. Early benchmarks indicate that the 2700X has a slightly greater effective speed than the 1800X, although further benchmarks are necessary to quantify this. The expected launch price of $329 includes a Wraith Prism cooler and is in the same price bracket as the 1800X and Intel’s Coffee Lake i7-8700K. Whilst the 6 core, 12 thread 8700K beats the 2700X in single and quad core performance by about 10%, the 2700X wins on multi-core workloads. PC gaming and desktop performance is generally governed by four or less cores but the 2700X offers unbeatable value for money for workstation users. [Apr '18 CPUPro]

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